'We discovered while we were setting up lighting for another shot, that Brian could blow and make crazy shapes out of smoke from his ecig. So, with that new knowledge, I really wanted to play around with smoke and blowing rings and what would it look like coming off of the ball.'
I am excited to again share the work of one of one my favorite new artists. When I first dived into the portfolio of Dallas photographer Nathan Scott, his work with Brian was near the top of my list of shoots that I wanted to feature on the blog. I love Nathan's images of 6' 1" Forth Worth model, in particular his shots of Brian lounging on his couch near the bottom of this piece.
Brian has a such a elegantly shaped face, handsome and highlighted by his gorgeous, yet serious and intense hazel eyes. Brian also has such clear and flawless skin which photographs beautifully contrasting magnificently with the athletic gear and the brief bits of fashion used within the shoot.
The shoot took place at Brian's home and and a baseball field near by. Nathan reports that it was a rainy morning which initially messed up some of their plans for shooting outdoors. With a few few minor changes to the plans, they found a way to work around weather. 'I love natural light photography so with the shots on the couch it is nothing but ambient light.'
'Brian was a lot of fun to work with and totally awesome when shooting. The shots outdoors in the jockstraps we took after we had snuck into a baseball field to get the athletic wear shots. Brian was really cool about it, because he was wearing a jockstrap which has no covering on the butt. So he is posing with his ass out to the world, in the shots with the baseball and basketball jersey'
If you haven't yet check out Nathan's new magazine Pastiche, be sure to check out the link on the side of the blog. The magazine, available in both digital and print editions, includes many of Nathan's images as well as contributions from other artists and photographers. The first issue was released on July 4th with a vibrant tribute to the Red White & Blue!
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